Reconciled to Jargon
As I try to understand persistent racial equality in the U.S., I find myself reading dense books that are full of in-group language. Ordinarily, I’d bypass books that use such terminology. And yet, I’ve been hanging in there: racism is too important to turn away from just because those who study it most closely use language that turns me off.
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